We look forward to welcoming you all back, albeit in a limited capacity. As we all struggle to safely get through these troubling times, here are our plans to begin re-opening while maintaining a safe environment.

We will be adhering to the PA State guidelines set to ensure your safety as well as our employees’. Under the new guidelines, we will only be allowed to seat around 30 people at a time. There are also restrictions on the time we are allowed to be open. MASKS ARE REQUIRED to enter, and when leaving your seat. Some musicians requested that we take guest temperatures, so we will be doing that upon entry.

We will be open Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays, with reservation-only seating indoors. There will be two sets on Fridays and Saturdays and one on Sundays; and in between sets we will respectfully request that everyone vacate the inside of the building to allow us time to clear tables and disinfect the rooms, as the clearing of tables is not permitted while the table/space is occupied.

We will maintain 6 feet between occupied tables, with a maximum of 6 people at a table. For bar seating, the maximum group is 4 people, with 6 feet between groups. In order for us to set up the room according to group sizes and bar/table preferences, reservations will be required.

Due to concerns of air conditioning aiding in the spread of the virus, we will have doors and windows open. Exhaust fans will be installed to maximize fresh air supply. Please dress accordingly.

When making a reservation, your name and phone number will be required, as well as the seating time you prefer. Again, we are only able to seat approximately 30 persons per seating.

Limited porch seating will be available on a first come/first serve basis; porch seating music charge is half of inside cover.

Fridays and Saturdays – Two Seatings

  • Doors open at 5:30 pm
  • 1st seating 6 to 7:30 pm
  • 2nd seating 8 to 9:30 pm
  • Music charge for each seating
  • $20 seat minimums

Sundays – One Seating

  • Doors open at 4:30
  • Music 5 to 7 pm
  • No cover charge


As always, our rooms will be cleaned and sanitized after each room occupancy. We will also be changing all bed duvet covers and shams between guests’ stay, and of course, bed linens. Booked rooms will be vacant for 24 hours after guests depart.

At this time, we are unable to serve continental breakfast. The downstairs will be closed in the morning. Here are some places close by:

  • Village Farmer & Bakery, Broad Street (in town near traffic light); opens at 8 am
  • Dunkin’ Donuts, Broad Street (in town by I-80 entrance)
  • The Cure Cafe, Main Street, Stroudsburg; opens 8 am
  • Shawnee General Store, River Road, Shawnee on the Delaware; opens at 7 am

While we are able to do jazz packages, packages will be limited to one seating; you would need to choose the preferred time, which will be accommodated if reservations permit.